FERC approves gas projects despite climate separation of commissioners

Law360 (June 2, 2021, 6:32 p.m. EDT) – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved three major gas pipeline projects in Louisiana and North Dakota, quashing Democratic commissioners’ concerns that the agency has failed to analyze the climate change of the proposals.

In two orders issued Tuesday, FERC cleared a $ 220 million MDU Resources Group subsidiary’s pipeline extension project in northwest North Dakota, and approved the Gulf Run Pipeline project of 1. , $ 1 billion from the Enable Midstream Partners LP unit along the western Louisiana border. The agency also approved another Enable Midstream unit to modify its 172-mile pipeline that runs from east Texas to east Louisiana.

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